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 Musique / Music
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French English
mus. affetto {adv}gracefully
mus. affetto {adv}softly
mus. affetto {adv}tenderly
mus. cacophonique {adj}cacophonous
mus. choral {adj}choral
chim. mus. chromatique {adj}chromatic
mus. d'ambiance {adj}ambient
mus. discordant {adj}discordant
mus. dissonant {adj}discordant
mus. phonet. grave {adj} [profond]low
mus. relig. grégorien {adj}Gregorian
mus. mélodieux {adj}melodious
mus. mélodieux {adj}tuneful
mus. mélodique {adj}melodic
mus. mélomane {adj}music-loving
mus. rythmique {adj}rhythmical
mus. vif {adj}energetic
mus. Unverified accorder attune sth.
mus. accorder qc. [instrument]to pitch sth. [instrument]
mus. accorder qc. [instrument]to tune sth.
mus. occup. auditionner (qn.)to audition (sb.) [try for a role, try performers]
littérat. mus. composer (qc.)
to compose (sth.) [write music, songs, text]
mus. diriger qc.
to direct sth. [Am.] [orchestra]
mus. phonet. donner qc. [son, note de musique]to pitch sth. [note, level of sound]
mus. théâtre interpréter perform sth.
mus. théâtre jouer (qc.)to perform (sth.)
comm. mus. sport manager qn./ manage sb./sth.
mus. pianoter [tapoter]to tinkle away (at the piano)
mus. pincer qc. [saisir]to pluck sth. [strings, guitar]
mus. rapperto rap
mus. accompagnateur {m}accompanist
mus. accompagnatrice {f}accompanist [female]
cuis. mus. accompagnement {m}accompaniment
mus. accompagnement {m}backing
mus. accord {m}chord
mus. accordéon {m}accordion
mus. Unverified accords {} [de musique]strain {sg} [piece / section of music]
mus. archet {m}bow [for a violin]
mus. archet {m}fiddlestick [coll.]
mus. arioso {m}arioso
mus. armature {f}(key) signature
mus. arpège {m}arpeggio
mus. arrangement {m}arrangement
mus. arrangement {m}setting [arrangement, composition]
mus. bacchanale {f}bacchanal
mus. baguette {f}baton [conductor's wand]
littérat. mus. ballade {f}
mus. banjo {m}banjo
mus. basse {f}bass (guitar)
mus. basson {m}bassoon
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